We are a medium size school in central Pennsylvania that is using Kerio 5.7.10. One of the main reasons we used Kerio is because of its integration in Active Directory.
We have about 7,700 total email accounts on a Windows 2000 platform. I am having
several issues that I can not find an answer for. Any ideas or thoughts would be great:
1) We are splitting our contacts into two groups (Staff/Students) this was done before I arrived and I am trying to figure out how to import contacts in bulk into each folder. I have written a script that will rename the vCard to a hexadecimal filename but the ones I placed into the contact folders do not work. Is anyone else splitting their contacts?
2) Does anyone have a script to import mail accounts into Active Directory? CSVDE or Dsadd do not appear to have the ability to add Kerio Mail accounts into AD, even with the Schema changes.
3) We are seeing an issue where all mail services stop. The server is running fine, and the Kerio Mail Service is running but all mail services just stop. They are reported as being down by Whatsup Gold. Kerio said this is a memory leak in the Admin Console, but I am the only on that uses it, and not to often. There are no crash logs when this happens. They only way to fix this is a reboot.
4) There are also times when our webmail quits. The logon page appears, but when you try to logon it spins then fails. The only way to fix this is a reboot. Kerios answer to this is to upgrade to 6.09, but we can not because of the lack of browser support.
Any thoughts or suggestions would be great.
I may be able to help with these problems, but I don't want to delve in without more information. In our experience, 5.10 is very stable, but there were a few issues.
The AD integration issues are hard problems. I have a lot of questions. If you want to discuss these issues, please email me.
John D. Underhill
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